I’d seen the headline pass through, but didn’t read the article till Tom Negrino tweeted.
… under New Zealand law, names must not “cause offence to a reasonable person”; be “unreasonably long” (more than 100 characters, including spaces); include an official title or military rank; or use punctuation marks, brackets or numerals.
[Via : Tom Negrino.]
Domain names? No: names for kids.
I’d suspect that mind-altering substances probably played no small role in this and other naming embarrassments.